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Can i create mobile app like your IOS CrazyTalk app?

Posted By ashapovalov 4 Years Ago
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1) For my IOS game i need the same functionality, as in your IOS CrazyTalk app: converting user voice to avatar head and lips motion . Is it possible to do this with your applications and libraries? I didnt find in documentation, if i can create dynamic lip sync for mobile app.

2) Is this possible to get or to buy source code of your IOS CrazyTalk app, or source code examples demonstrating how to create application with the same functionality?

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You can use our software to create content for the CrazyTalk App but you can't build new Apps with it. We also do not provide source code for any of our products.

If you are interested in creating iOS Apps there are plenty of guides out there. Take a look at the page below for an example. Smile

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-an-iPhone-App


                                                                

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@ashapovalov, if you are in need of an app for your project I am sure I can help. It is one of the things my company specializes in. You can send me a personal message and/or check out this website http://summarsol.com and fill out the form giving me an idea of what you are looking to accomplish. Being that I am familiar with all of the Reallusion products I am sure we can work together on this and get your idea accomplished, both into the Apple and Android stores. However, as Peter has stated... their source code is not (and will most likely never be) made available, nor do I believe they will even consider selling it. That would be a very bad business move on their part.

However, lipsync technology is available and you can create your characters in CrazyTalk. Tying the two together will be your challenge along with hosting the app if it becomes successful and you get a ton of users. Also, be advised that what you are attempting to do is not a small project and will require quite a bit of time, money and effort.
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Did I understand correctly, that there is no way for me to get runtime 2d or 3d lip-sync for my mobile game with Reallusion?  Only predefined animation scripts, and there is no solution to convert user voice to animation at runtime?



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